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Apartment in Telluride
The Blue Collar Boutique = Affordable Adventure!
Mountainside Inn is a vestige of affordability and access in one of North America's most prestigious and justifiably stunning ski towns! This "Blue Collar Boutique" option is perfect for the frugal traveler, crafty couple or small family looking to enjoy the best that Telluride has to offer but at a fraction of the price. This corner unit has room to sleep 3 and is steps away from a chairlift, a hot tub, bars and bus stops! Experience Telluride at a price that lets you stay an extra day...or 2!
$192 per night
Condo in Telluride
Private Hot Tub + Huge Views + Downtown + Parking!
Ideal downtown location 2 blocks from Gondola with rare large balcony and hot tub. Huge 180° Box Canyon views with reserved underground parking, W/D in unit, fast WiFi, and Elevator! Flexible self check-in with personal keypad code. Ballard House South condo building is located in the heart of Downtown Telluride, just two blocks from each of the Gondola, Town Park Festival Grounds, and Colorado Ave. Right across the street from Smuggler's Brewpub, a renowned brewery/restaurant. Lic# 017888
$286 per night
Apartment in Telluride
The Dreamcatcher
Our south facing, cozy, private hotel room sits at the base of Chair 7, gets ample sunshine and is ski-in/ ski-out. It lies in the heart of town and is within walking distance to Telluride Town Park and Main Street where you will find local bars, shopping and restaurants. This warm, small suite includes a kitchenette and shared hot tub (closed April 3-May 31 off season) situated on the San Miguel River where you can enjoy the Colorado night sky or serenades of the stream. Lic. 017928
$169 per night

Stay near Telluride's top sights

The Peaks Resort & Spa5 locals recommend
Brown Dog Pizza113 locals recommend
Town Park23 locals recommend
New Sheridan Hotel40 locals recommend
Smuggler's Brewpub25 locals recommend
Baked in Telluride58 locals recommend

Telluride condo rentals

Condo in Telluride
In Town Home Base
$96 per night
Condo in Telluride
Mountain Oasis, SKI access In Town KING
$194 per night
Condo in Telluride
Luxury Ski Location, Short Walk to Chair 7!
$107 per night
Condo in Telluride
Cozy location for your Telluride getaway!
$181 per night
Condo in Telluride
Studio Apartment 1 Block to Gondola
$109 per night
Condo in Telluride
View-tiful and Bright Historic Telluride Studio
$220 per night
Condo in Telluride
1 bedroom condo in town walk to ski /no clean fee
$239 per night
Condo in Telluride
Cozy condo with full kitchen, bath & hot tub!
$161 per night
Condo in Telluride
Telluride - ski in ski out
$129 per night
Condo in Telluride
Beautiful mountain view condo in the heart of town
$142 per night
Condo in Telluride
Central Telluride Cottage 1 block from Main Street
$296 per night
Condo in Telluride
Mainstreet Premier Ski Location! Walk to Lift 8
$191 per night

Quick stats about vacation rentals in Telluride

Total rentals

990 properties

Rentals with a pool

150 properties have a pool

Pet-friendly rentals

180 properties allow pets

Family-friendly rentals

650 properties are a good fit for families

Total number of reviews

24K reviews

Nightly prices starting at

$70 before taxes and fees

Your guide to Telluride

All About Telluride

Nestled high in the Rocky Mountains of southwestern Colorado, among dramatic granite cliffs, dense pine forests, and some of the tallest peaks in the continental United States, is the former silver and gold mining town of Telluride. Once a regional boomtown that attracted prospectors out west, Telluride held such a significant role in forming the American West that in 1964 the region was designated a National Historic Landmark District. Eventually, the mining economy gave way to the burgeoning ski industry, one of the primary draws to the area today.

People from all around flock to Telluride for its easy access to nature, which begins right at the edge of the small town. The list of outdoor adventures goes on and on: hiking, skiing, fly fishing, paragliding, and whitewater rafting are just a few of the year-round activities on offer. In addition, Telluride’s art district is home to several galleries and museums housed in the town's original Victorian-style buildings, along with street performers and music for a lively downtown scene. There are also brewpubs, cafes, and a top-notch lineup of restaurants sprinkled throughout the central core of Telluride for you to enjoy after a long day of exploring the area's natural beauty.

The best time to stay in a vacation rental in Telluride

When searching for vacation rentals in Telluride, it is crucial to consider the sorts of activities you will be partaking in. Seasonal conditions in this high-altitude mountain town vary drastically throughout the year, along with the activities, events, and outdoor opportunities available. From May through September, temperatures and weather conditions favor hiking, mountain biking, and river activities. Several festivals take place during this time, like the Telluride Blues & Brews Festival in September. The festival is a three-day event celebrating regional and international musical acts and the area's famous craft brewing scene. The winter months regularly see below-freezing temperatures and heavy snowfall, making for excellent skiing conditions in the surrounding mountains and a great time to look for condo rentals in Telluride.

Top things to do in Telluride

Town Park

The Telluride Town Park is a 36-acre natural park on the edge of town. An outdoor swimming pool, fishing ponds, frisbee golf course, and various sports courts are located on-site for use by the public. Town Park is also where many of Telluride's festivals and events take place throughout the year. In addition, you can find locals and tourists participating in sledding, skiing, and ice skating during the winter.

Telluride Historical Museum

Telluride's reputation as an outdoor and festival destination often overshadows the town's storied history. Located in the middle of downtown, the Telluride Historical Museum has 10 rooms, each with its own theme, detailing the geological history, mining past, and relationship with the area's Ute Native American tribe through over 1,500 historical photographs and artifacts.

Stand-up paddleboarding

Several local bodies of water provide opportunities for stand-up paddleboarding at all skill levels. Alta Lakes and Woods Lake are optimal spots to enjoy the activity, both boasting calm waters perfect for riding. For those looking for more of a challenge, the nearby San Miguel River welcomes experienced and adventurous paddlers who may want to try their hand in some moderately paced moving water.

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